Levell III Duty Holster by Comp-Tac® earns NTOA silver rating
HOUSTON, TEXAS – February 22nd , 2022 – Comp-Tac® is proud to announce recognition from the National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA) newly awarded silver status.
The NTOA has awarded silver status to the Comp-Tac® CT3™ and CT2-A™ Holsters. The CT3™ is a Level III holster that uses friction retention, an automatic ejection port lock, and a hood that must be released before the firearm can be drawn. The CT3™ is designed with the intent that a master grip is fully achieved before withdrawing the weapon. This combined with the autolocking ejection port lock and the intuitive self-activated hood system makes this one of the fastest Level III holsters available on the market today. This holster is available for fits with lights and fits without lights. The NTOA awarded the CT3™ silver status with a rating of 4.22
The CT2-A™ also achieved silver status from the NTOA with a rating of 4.01. The CT2-A™ is a Level II holster that uses friction retention and an automatic ejection port lock that must be released before the firearm can be drawn. The CT2-A™, like all Comp-Tac holsters, is designed with the intent that a master grip is fully achieved before withdrawing the weapon. The intuitive, autolocking ejection port lock makes this one of the fastest Level II holsters available on the market today. This holster is available for fits with lights and fits without lights.
“I think this proves beyond a doubt that we are and will continue to do things for the right reasons. Keeping the safety of the officers in mind, yet not sacrificing the need for fit and function.” Said Gary Robbins, Director of Military & Law Enforcement for High Speed Gear®.
Previously in 2020 Comp-Tac® was awarded gold status by the NTOA for the Kydex® Tourniquet TACO® and silver status was awarded to the Warrior™ Holster and the Kydex® Handcuff TACO®.
The mission of the NTOA is to enhance the performance and professional status of law enforcement personnel by providing a credible and proven training resource as well as a forum for the development of tactics and information exchange. The Association’s ultimate goal is to improve public safety and domestic security through training, education, and tactical excellence.